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Sam Way joins Matt Duffin, and in an off-beat yet serious (serious? Us?) direction display how Traumatic Brain Injury's of the 'most' severe kind can be overcome through effort, work, drive and a good sense of humor. Yep, YOU CAN DO IT!
They are taking 'Lady's Nite' to the dance floor (be patient) this week, a location BI or not, everyone can just 'be theirself' and enjoy the moment. "Hit the Juke Box" by calling 424 243-9540 and we'll play your song, your special memories. Or, just ROCK! YouTube, Frostwire help deliever them all - legally! Let's talk, let Sam inspire you like no other TBI Survivor can. Let Matt, well, just let Matt be Matt - it's easier on us ALL!
Matt's posse` attended the Senor Olympic Games dinner and dance a couple days ago. Join in for a few, as "The Impossible's" rocked, er, fluted the house down! Mercadi took me to the floor, and in my mind "we was swingin'". It seemed others cleared the dance floor for us; nerveous they where! Two-step, kinda hard to count to two over and over, but, well, listen in.
Happy Father's Day Woodrow Duffin, Sr. He told me out of the 92 years he's been alive, this will be his 68th Fathers Day. Dancing again tonight, then we take the field for baseball enjoyment tomorrow. On Father's Day, we always do...
Patiet Rights Activist and TBI Survivor Debbie Wilson returns to her humble Oregon abode from a 8th Annual National Cannibis Clinicians conference in Portland, and will join Amy's mother Sue Root from Florida. ACT 4 Amy - tonight. Donatiions that can make you feel all warm and fuzzy accepted tonight. Act tonight, act now. Act tomorrow. Improve a life. Sometimes, it just takes one. Me? I'm still in Miton, warmer, but downtown Milton, Indiana - located in one of 28-states where freely-grown, God produced medicine is illegal is no help for my seizure activity, except those danged pills. (unless, of course, I sneek)
"Well, ya need it that bad, then move!" is not the American answer - y'all. Not the country my grandfather enlisted for during the Spanish American war, or my dad, the highly decorated surviving Pearl Harbor (and 16 following battle ribbons) surviving sailor, my 'Nam Vet cousins, friends and dear brother, and (lets just call it "my time in Iran/Cuba") personnal experiences as a security MAA, or my lovely daughter's naval security work recently FOUGHT FOR. The voting populations control of rights, personal safely onto others lifestyle. God Blessed America.
Part III of TMDS "May Medical Marijauna Month" - TBI, epislepsy and many health issues find cannabis providing a better quality of life, and the complilcated path to reach 'The Edge'. (I'll wave, come on in!).
A month long series on TMDS. Thank you so much, Sue and Debbie. Of course co-host Sam Way too! Let's STONEBRIGE, Sean, Sharen, let's just rock into extra innings too. Did I mention Jasmine? She's Part VIII of TMDS (still open) premier co-host position. You will like this one VERY much. I do...
Hosted by, Craig Sicilia
Come take a walk on the beach on the pacific ocean, live from the BEST (Brain Energy Support Team) TBI Camp at Dashpoint on the pacific ocean. I will gather some survivors who want to chat at camp and together with our listeners will take a walk on the beach.
Finding our happy place is not easy, but we must try and what a better way than talking about the beautiful world around us, live on location from the pacific ocean see or hear you there
Julie Sanderson is a police officer who survived a traumatic brain injury. She refused to put a limitation on her ability to recover. Tune in to hear her story as she is interviewed by Fantastic Frank.
Frank touches many people’s lives daily – let him touch yours.
Visit his website at www.fantasticfrankjohnson.com
The Empowerment Zone - Creativity after dis/ABILITY - With LesPaul
Did you know there are thousands of people with disabilities working all over the United States and in other Countries fighting to help ensure a better future for people disabilities? Well, there are! The Empowerment Zone Was created to help people with disabilities find the resources, services, and learn the skills that it takes, after having a disability to help empower yourself to reach your goals and live your dreams no matter what!
I Am a Certified Peer Support Specialist And a survivor of multiple brain injuries, aneurysms an AVM, a coma, and survivor and multiple rare surgeries. I don't think lightly of the fact that there are many people with disabilities living in deep poverty and neglec with out work. I say our time is now 2014!!!
I Work for a Center for Independent Living Called Walton Options for Independent Living which a place where we use the four core services of our center which are 1, Information and referral, 2, Advocacy 3, Independent Living Skills 4, Peer Support.
In these four core services lies the meat and potatoes of the independent living movement, which is people with disabilities powered, community inclusion based, and a federal mandate in all 50 states and US teritories based on the civil rights for people with disabilities act, known as the ADA the Americans with Disabilities Act.
We are fighting for our rights and standing strong and firm in the belife that all people are created equally and reclaim ourselves as people of pupose as we strive to help others to get out of nursing homes, to work in the community, to get out of sheltered workshops, to bring down the Iron Curtain of dismay in disability, and start holding accountable the agencies that are supposed to support us and start taking control of our destiny. Now as survivors as people who struggled and fought for victory and face the challenge!
Recent research findings indicate that older adults with hearing loss are more likely to develop problems thinking and remembering than older adults whose hearing is normal. It has been reported that as many as 27 million Americans over age 50, including two-thirds of men and women aged 70 years and older, suffer from some form of hearing loss. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, close to 8 million people between the ages of 18 and 44 have hearing loss. A study last year from Johns Hopkins University and the National Institute on Aging reported that people with hearing loss have accelerated brain tissue loss, possibly contributing to a decline in memory and other cognitive function.
Also of concern is the fact that only 15 percent of those who need a hearing aid get one, leaving much of the problem and its consequences untreated. Diminished hearing can impact can impact conversation with family members and health care professionals, but what if untreated hearing loss could also impact the diagnosis of dementia?
Join my guest, Dr Lindsey Jorgensen, Audiologist, and Assistant Professor Communication Sciences & Disorders, College of Arts & Sciences, University of South Dakota, as we discuss hearing, cognition, and communication. To learn more about speech, language and hearing health or to locate an audiolgist or speech-language pathologist, visit: www.asha.org
Listen, learn, and join the discussion. Call toll free: (888) 787-5265 or SKYPE
How does family view brain injury? Please call in to discuss your experiences.
If you aren't a survivor, do you know someone who had a stroke, tumor, or head injury?
Did you understand? How did you handle it? Could you treat them like a "normal" person? Did your opinion change about who they are? Do you find yourself giving them a label?
Are you a survivor who has a family that gave up on you? Are they tired of hearing about it? Do they feel you cry about it too much? Do you want to find family counseling? Do they need to learn? How many other brain injury survivors do they know?
Lets work together on educating each other and building awareness as a survivor, from a caregiver's perspective, and professionally.
It's been almost thwo weks now since Michael Brown was shot by Darren Wilson in Ferguson and the tensions haven't abated much. There's talk of National Guard and DHS contractors on the ground. In essence, Ferguson is rapidly becoming America's version Gaza. As a result, we're getting more deeply divided on a cultural and racial level. But on the plus side, we are seeing the effects of the militarization of our locel police forces.
Are we witnessing the new police state for the USA being rolled out before our very eyes?
Jpin me as I speak with patrick, aka the money guy, He's just miles away from Ferguson and we'll get a curbside view of what's happening there.
Please join us.
Faaantastic! FDN Support Talk Radio is here for you to get information that matters most! Get together with Reed Davis, FDN Mentors and Special Guests. Submit questions ahead of time, or better yet, call in live and join in the discussion. This is your chance to pick what's left of Reed's brain to improve your understanding of lab interpretations, case management challenges, and business issues you may be facing.
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"On today’s Community Investor, Larry is host to Kelly Oliver, who is a commercial realtor specializing in helping technology based companies find suitable quarters for their operations. She is also a member of the CXO Collective, a brain trust of experienced professionals offering their services in a consulting fashion across the country."
Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Lake Worth Mayor Pam Triolo and City Manager Michael Bornstein to discuss the Lake Worth 2020 infrastructure improvement program. There is a ballot question related to this program appearing on the August 26th ballot - whether to allow the city to issue bonds totaling $63.5 million to fund the program or to not allow the city to do so. Mayor Triolo and Mr. Bornstein will review the program, tell us about upcoming opportunities to hear more about the plan and try to answer questions that we and they have heard throughout the community on the program.
Here, Mayor Triolo reviews events prior to the election where you can learn more:
"If you still have not been a part of a LW 2020 informational session presented by the city, you still have 3 more chances! Friday night at 7pm they'll be a meeting at the LW Playhouse. Saturday at 5pm the City will be presenting at the College Park Neighborhood Association meeting at First Congregational Church. Sunday at Noon they'll be a 2020 presentation at the Wimbley Gym- 1515 Wingfield Street off of 12th Avenue South- no need for a sitter as they'll be hamburgers, hotdogs, soft drinks and activities for the kids! The vote is this Tuesday folks. No matter what side of the issue you are on, please make sure you get the facts first. There's no need to guess or wonder or speculate. You will be able to ask questions directly to city staff at all of these meetings. And as an aside, please be respectful and kind to one another. Whatever happens, we have a lot of work to do and it always works better when we do it together!"
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